A deputy from the Action and Solidarity Party requested the General Prosecutor’s Office and the National Integrity Authority to take notice of ZdG’s investigation into deputy Bogdan Țîrdea’s assets, and verify Țîrdea’s declarations of assets, and prosecute the deputy for illicit enrichment.
Deputy Radu Marian, from the Action and Solidarity Party, submitted a request to the National Integrity Authority and to the Prosecutor’s Office, asking the two institutions to take notice of ZdG’s investigation into deputy Bogdan Țîrdea’s assets.
“ZdG’s article outlines a reasonable suspicion that the deputy’s assets (expensive cars and real estate worth hundreds of thousands of euros), certainly and substantially exceeds the value of the declared income of several hundreds of euros per month,” said Marian.
Marian requested the competent institutions to:
- verify Țîrdea’s declarations of assets and ascertain whether the expenses incurred by the Socialist Party deputy, Bogan Țîrdea and the movable and immovable properties owned by him, correspond to the income indicated in the declarations of assets;
- prosecute deputy Țîrdea for illicit enrichment, according to art. 330/2 of the Criminal Code.
Țîrdea came with a reaction, following ZdG’s investigation and deputy Marian’s request to the two competent institutions.
In the commentary published on his Telegram channel, Țîrdea links ZdG’s investigation with a request regarding the creation of a commission for analyzing the financing of the Dignity and Truth Party Platform and the Action and Solidarity Party, without explaining exactly the connection between the two aspects.
“On June 5, this newspaper published an article, naming my 90 square meters house (according to the data from the Land Registry Service) – a palace, and Toyota RAV4 – luxury car,” says Țîrdea, even if the ZdG journalists did not mention in any court that the deputy he would be the owner of a palace or a luxury car.
Regarding Țîrdea’s statement related to the house of the leader of the Dignity and Truth Party Platform, Andrei Năstase, ZdG mentions that in 2015, we wrote about Năstase’s assets and house, which was later registered in his mother’s name. Details HERE.
Previously, ZdG investigated Țîrdea’s declarations of assets and his earned income. Țîrdea is a Socialist Party deputy. He often criticizes the European Union and eulogizes Russia, in his TV shows or in his articles. He voices biased opinions in favor of the Socialists.
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